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Top 6 Batsmen to look forward in Cricket World Cup 2015

1) AB de Villiers: South African captain AB de Villiers, who scored fastest hundred in 31 balls, is in great form and current continuing in No.1 position in ICC rankings is an impact player for South Africa. AB De Villiers form is important for South African to break the world cup jinx with Cricket World Cup 2015.
2) Virat Kohli: Kohli is the core of Indian batting line up and a match winner who can single-handedly win a game. His aggressive style of batting with risks makes him a very dangerous batsman. Kohli is currently in 2nd position in ICC ODI rankings for batsmen.
3) Steven Smith: Australia's new stand-in Skipper is in good form and scored 769 runs in the four-match Test series against India. His ability to play comfortably at the wicket and adjust to the situation will be critical for Australia in the Cricket World Cup 2015.
4) Kumara Sangakkara: Sangakkara became the fastest cricketer to score 12000 runs, 11th double tons, just one less than Don Bradman. He will be playing his last World Cup and Sri Lanka is expecting a lot from him, it will be a last World cup for him.
5) David Warner: Warner is in good form and Australia needs him to score well and dominate the opponent in the starting 15 overs. He is the important player for Australia to lift the Cricket World Cup 2015.
6) Chris Gayle: Chris Gayle of West Indies, who is known for his aggressive batting can score a big total in quick time and can destruct the bowlers. Without other key players like Bravo and Pollard. Gayle is important to perform well in Cricket World Cup 2015.

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